Won Without Words - 1 Peter 3:1-6


Dave Gudgel - Jun 10, 2018

Bulletin Notes

We’d like to think that with convincing facts, skillful persuasion, and just the right words and tone of voice, we can talk someone into believing what we believe — whether it’s related to politics, a new diet plan, or spiritual beliefs. And often, even when they’re just not getting it, we still keep trying, conversation after conversation, year after year.

The fact is, most people aren’t going to be talked into believing what you want them to believe. Even when it’s something you really think everyone should believe. But that’s not a cause for despair. Though as we’ll see this Sunday in our continuing message series in the book of 1 Peter, it may be a signal for a change.

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